Charts: Lists

This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.


  1. Top10ner’s 1001 'Greatest' Movies of All Time's icon

    Top10ner’s 1001 'Greatest' Movies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 188:2. Combined the average ratings (Critic's & Users) from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and Letterboxd, and then weighted and tweaked the results with general film data from iCheckMovies (incl. # of Official Top Lists) and IMDb to reveal the 1001 'Greatest' Movies of All Time.
  2. TimeOut' 100 Best French Films's icon

    TimeOut' 100 Best French Films

    Favs/dislikes: 77:2. the 100 best French films according to a diversified professional jury
  3. Cinemateca Portuguesa's Top 100 European Films's icon

    Cinemateca Portuguesa's Top 100 European Films

    Favs/dislikes: 30:0. The results of a 1994 poll of dozens of distinguished film critics and historians, who each picked their top 100 European films. Part of the book "100 dias 100 filmes". We present here an extended version of that top 100, with all film selected by more than 10 voters. Among the responses Cinemateca received, we can find those of Anti Alanen (Helsinki), João Bénard da Costa (Lisboa), Paolo Bertetto (Torino), Freddy Buache (Lausanne), André Chevallier (Lausanne), José Manuel Costa (Lisboa), Robert Daudelin (Montréal), Catherine Gautier (Madrid), Chris Horak (Rochester), Mathias Knop (Wiesbaden), Alain Marchand (Paris), Bernard Martinand (Paris), David Meeker (London), Ib Monty (Kobenhavn), Anne Morra (New York, MOMA), Dominique Païni (Paris), Enno Patalas (Munchen), José Maria Prado (Madrid) and Sergio Toffetti (Torino).
  4. Ebert's Original 100 Great Movies's icon

    Ebert's Original 100 Great Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 23:0. Below is a subset of Roger Ebert's list of great films containing only those in his book "The Great Movies", published in 2002. The Apu Trilogy, Decalogue, and Up Documentaries are all broken out separately, hence more than 100 listings. An excerpt from Ebert's introduction to the book: "They are not 'the' 100 greatest films of all time, because all lists of great movies are a foolish attempt to codify works which must stand alone. But it's fair to say: If you want to make a tour of the landmarks of the first century of cinema, start here."
  5. Ebert's Great Movies II's icon

    Ebert's Great Movies II

    Favs/dislikes: 17:0. Below is a subset of Roger Ebert's list of great films containing only those in his book "The Great Movies II", published in 2005. Originally I only listed three full-length feature films in lieu of Ebert's "Buster Keaton" chapter, but I have since brought this list in line with the official iCheck version of Ebert's Great Movies. Now Buster's body of work "from 1920 to 1929" is represented by selections 18-48 below. An excerpt from Ebert's introduction to the book: "One of my delights in these books ... has been to include movies not often cited as 'great' ... We go to different movies for different reasons, and greatness comes in many forms."
  6. Films de France Top 100 French Films's icon

    Films de France Top 100 French Films

    Favs/dislikes: 17:1. Per Films de France: "Just about everybody seems to be busy compiling their Top 100 films lists these days, so we thought we’d have a go. Here are what we (humbly) consider to be the best 100 (and a bit) French films so far..."
  7. One Hundred Great Documentaries (OUP)'s icon

    One Hundred Great Documentaries (OUP)

    Favs/dislikes: 16:0. Patricia Aufderheide's list from 'Documentary Film: A Very Short Introduction' - part of the highly regarded series from Oxford University Press. "These documentaries have been widely seen and discussed, and have been in many cases at the center of controversies; in other cases they have provided valuable teaching resources. They are all accessible for renting or buying for your private collection. You can use the index in this book and other books mentioned in the references,, your local library, Netflix, Google, and the Library of Congress to find out more about why these films have attracted attention and esteem. Viewing this collection will set you up nicely with a context to watch your latest favorite, argue with the list, and build your own top one hundred." Currently missing: Taking Pictures (1996) (
  8. Weinberg's Top 100 Science Fiction Films of All Time's icon

    Weinberg's Top 100 Science Fiction Films of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 16:0. Scott Weinberg's list of 100 "required viewing" or "favorite" science fiction films. Scott's a critic at FEARnet, Twitch, and
  9. Akira Kurosawa's 100 Favorite Movies's icon

    Akira Kurosawa's 100 Favorite Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 15:2. From chapter three of 'A Dream is a Genius', Akira Kurosawa discusses his top 100 films with his daughter, Kazuko. Kurosawa limits his choices to one film per director.
  10. Alamo 100's icon

    Alamo 100

    Favs/dislikes: 15:0. 100 Essential Favorite Movies chosen by Alamo Drafthouse Cinema "Asking an Alamo programmer to name his or her favorite movie is like asking a mother to name her favorite child. Wait, no, that makes it sound too easy. Asking an Alamo programmer to name his or her favorite movie is like asking a mother to name her favorite child, knowing that the rest of her kids will be taken away. Nope, that still makes it sound too easy. Asking an Alamo programmer to name his or her favorite movie is like asking a mother to name her favorite child, knowing that the rest of her kids will be killed. Okay yes, that's exactly how it feels. And that, ladies and gentleman, is why we are presenting the Alamo 100, and not the Alamo 10 or the Alamo 50. When we first had the idea of compiling a list of our most cherished films, we spent a considerable amount of time discussing the criteria, and not just because we wanted to put off this Sophie's Choice for a while longer. There are plenty of lists, based on everything from cinematic achievement to popularity, floating around the celluloid landscape, and we wished to avoid redundancy in adding our own voice to the pile. In the end, it all boiled down to the fact that we just love the hell out of movies. And so this list is defined, not by filmmaking genius or cultural impact, but by the space reserved in our hearts. The Alamo 100 encompasses the movies that we wore out on VHS, the films our friends are sick of hearing us rave about, the cinematic gems that feel like living, breathing members of our family. This is a list that reminds us why we fell in love with cinema in the first place, and why the magic of that romance will never fade. A quick glance at the Alamo 100 reveals the incredible diversity of taste on the national programming team, which consists of Tim League, RJ LaForce, Greg MacLennan, Tommy Swenson, Joe Ziemba and myself. We're incredibly proud of the fact that our passions encompass 1960s French films and modern day rom coms, Kubrick masterpieces and epic action flicks, obscure trash-horror and feel-good classics. There is simply no classification that can contain our devotion to the silver screen. In order to generate the Alamo 100, each programmer first created his or her own list of 100 favorites, a Herculean task that caused a fair amount of heartache in the office. These titles were then compiled and ranked based on two factors: 1. their rank on each programmer's list 2. the number of times the title appeared on more than one list. The results are an eclectic mix of shoe-ins and surprises, and we hope that this wildly divergent collection leads to many conversations within the Alamo community. You can explore the full list at, where you can see which titles drew the most votes and also check out each programmer's individual favorites to find out with whom your tastes most align. In January, we're launching the Alamo 100 in all of our theaters with seven titles that capture the spirit of this list, and throughout the year, we'll be screening many more. Because we can't live without these movies, and we can't let you live without seeing them." (Note: the list counts The Lord of the Rings Trilogy as one entry.)
  11. 100 French films for an ideal Cinematheque by René Prédal's icon

    100 French films for an ideal Cinematheque by René Prédal

    Favs/dislikes: 14:0. les 100 films français d'une cinémathèque idéale par René Prédal, Histoire du Cinéma français
  12. Ebert's Great Movies III's icon

    Ebert's Great Movies III

    Favs/dislikes: 13:0. Below is a subset of Roger Ebert's list of great films containing only those in his book "The Great Movies III", published in 2010. An excerpt from Ebert's introduction to the book: "I believe great movies are a civilizing force. They allow us to empathize with those whose lives are different than our own. I like to say they open windows in our box of space and time. Here's a third book filled with windows."
  13. IMDb Bollywood Top 100's icon

    IMDb Bollywood Top 100

    Favs/dislikes: 13:0. The best Bollywood films of all time, as voted on by the IMDb community (1000 vote-minimum).
  14. 70 Lesser-Known Anime Titles's icon

    70 Lesser-Known Anime Titles

    Favs/dislikes: 12:0. 70 worthwhile anime films that are not as well known to the general public.
  15. Århundradets 100 bästa filmer - Expressen's icon

    Århundradets 100 bästa filmer - Expressen

    Favs/dislikes: 12:0. The 100 best films of the 20th century according to the Swedish evening tabloid newspaper Expressen
  16. Film For Action's 100 World-Changing Documentaries's icon

    Film For Action's 100 World-Changing Documentaries

    Favs/dislikes: 12:2. Films For Action's top 100 documentaries inspiring the shift to a sustainable paradigm. Currently missing: 5. Lifting the Veil: Obama and the Failure of Capitalist Democracy (2011) 8. In Transition 2.0 (2012) 15. Dream Worlds 3: Desire, Sex & Power in Music Video (2007) 32. Rich Media, Poor Democracy (2003) 43. Democratic Schools 49. War By Other Means (1992) 58. Permaculture - A Quiet Revolution (2008) 62. Education For a Sustainable Future (2012) 63. Toxic Sludge Is Good For You (2002) 66. Subconscious War (2011) 69. Class Dismissed (2004) 74. The Evilness of Power (2008) 76. Big Bucks, Big Pharma (2006) 82. Perma Kultcha (2010) 85. Waste = Food (2007) 88. Punishment: A Failed Social Experiment (2012) 94. Free to Learn: A Radical Experiment in Education (2006) 96. Coming Home: The Reinvention of Localized Economies 97. Greening Sacred Spaces 98. Permaculture - Farms for the Future (2008)
  17. Brighton Film Academy's 100 Documentary Films to Watch's icon

    Brighton Film Academy's 100 Documentary Films to Watch

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0. The goals with this list were as follows: To, try not to include more than one film from the same director. Two, to cover a broad range of topics and styles, and not just what is currently popular. Movie with not IMDb-entry: La Operacion (Ana Maria Garcia, 1982)
  18. Digitaldreamdoor's 100 greatest movies's icon

    Digitaldreamdoor's 100 greatest movies

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0.
  19. The 100 Best Movies of the 80s's icon

    The 100 Best Movies of the 80s

    Favs/dislikes: 9:1. I'm a devoted fan of 80's cinema and during the last five to six years I've seen around 500 - 600 of the most popular or critically acclaimed movies hailing from this decade. Due to this enjoyable movie marathon I've been given the opportunity to re-evaluate these classical movies and measured them against eachother and against modern day standards. The result is highly subjective, but keep in mind that I was/am a man aged 28-33, which to some degree influences what kind of movies I like/liked. Check out the comments section for explanations.
  20. Gary Gerani's Top 100 Sci-Fi Movies's icon

    Gary Gerani's Top 100 Sci-Fi Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. The 100 best sci-fi movies according to Gary Gerani in his book [url=]Top 100 Sci-Fi Movies[/url]
  21. Great Movies - 100 Years of Cinema's icon

    Great Movies - 100 Years of Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. Based on the book by Andrew Heritage. Over 1,500 key movies are referred to in this book, but only the 100 main entries are to be found on this list. Index: 1-10: Comedy 11-20: Action & Adventure 21-30: Romance & Melodrama 31-40: Musicals 41-50: Thrillers & Crime 51-60: Historical 61-70: War 71-80: Family 81-90: Fantasy, Sci-fi & Horror 91-100: Drama
  22. 100 Years of Indian Cinema... 100 Greatest Films's icon

    100 Years of Indian Cinema... 100 Greatest Films

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. A list created during the turn of the 100-year anniversary of Indian cinema. It was a painstaking process, and a lot of research was done to give this list an objective feel. The list is based off AFI's list of 100 Greatest American Films and Johnathan Rosenbaum's Alternative 100. Films of all Indian languages are present, from Hindi to Marathi to Tamil to Telugu, to even Assamese. Three major criteria were considered for this list, in order of priority: 1. Cultural/artistic impact on India and the world - most important 2. Critical acclaim in India and abroad - 2nd most important 3. Popularity/cult status - 3rd (and least) important
  23. Indian Cinema Board's Top 50 Bollywood Films's icon

    Indian Cinema Board's Top 50 Bollywood Films

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. IMDb Indian Cinema Board's list of the greatest Bollywood films. Three ranking criteria were used: 1. Legacy. Which movies had the most influence on Indian cinema? 2. Quality. How well made was the film, from a technical and artistic standpoint? 3. Accolades. How many awards and recognitions did the movies win?
  24. Midnight Only's 100 Essential Films of the Fantastic's icon

    Midnight Only's 100 Essential Films of the Fantastic

    Favs/dislikes: 7:1. "An entirely subjective list of 100 essential fantasy films", as compiled by Jeff Kuykendall, editor of "First off, this list is entirely personal. You will have 100 of your own. The intention is to draw a broad outline of fantasy films since the start of cinema in hopes that the reader might find some helpful recommendations. It’s an admittedly ludicrous endeavor to define 100 of the most essential of anything, which is why this is just “100 Essential Films of the Fantastic,” not the most essential. To pare this last down to 100, I found myself discarding many acknowledged classics, and holding tight to others for the sake of variety or my own passion for them."
  25. John Milton's Top 250's icon

    John Milton's Top 250

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. My first attempt at something like a personal top list. Please consider it a work in progress, for the time being.
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